We bake and blog (and eat). Though baking takes up a lot more of our life than blogging.
Blog / May, 2013
May 29, 2013 / By Matt
Yes, we (Renato/myself) frequent other New York City bakeries. A lot. Perhaps more so than is reasonably sound. But, it would be a shame to waste our off-Baked hours in more healthful pursuits a la juice cleanses and gym visits when there are so many great and distinct bakeries to explore (over and over and…
May 22, 2013 / By diana
[Ed Note: Diana reflects on her dreaded nut allergy – and yet, she still manages to make our Turtle Thumbprint Cookie from Baked Elements. Thanks Diana, I promise to make you a nut-free version soon…maybe with pulverized and whole malted milk balls?] I wasn’t surprised that I couldn’t eat the flourless chocolate cake that my…
May 16, 2013 / By Matt
My first nut butter love will always be peanut butter. I will forever and always be happy to spend entire Sunday afternoons with a few fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches and Arrested Development. Peanut butter figures prominently in our latest cookbook, and our Peanut Butter Crispy Bars still sit atop my list of life’s favorite…
May 14, 2013 / By Matt
[Ed note: We interrupt this fairly dessert-y blog to bring you something green. We hope you like it. Henceforth, an interview with Sarah, Queen of Kale – mostly unedited] Hi Sarah! This is going to be fun. You are our very first blog interview, and stranger still…it is not dessert related (well, maybe in a roundabout way)….
May 9, 2013 / By diana
Let’s take a break from working or not working or whatever weird stuff you’re doing and play a fun game. (Yes, it’ll be fun! I can almost promise.) Remember these things (click here)? Well this is something like that — only better. Anyways, here’s how it works: I wrote a little something that includes sound…
May 7, 2013 / By Matt
[In honor of this upcoming Mother’s Day, I thought a post about my mom was in order. And don’t forget Moms everywhere this Sunday. Heck, maybe you should even order your mom a Lemondrop cake :)] My mom had a thing for butterscotch chips. She used to eat them like M&M’s – popping a few pieces…